VOLUME XIII       2014
Cover Photo
by
Byron Barrett
PEYCHO KANEV
The Passing

FRANK REARDON
Monotony
The Bell
Uncle Leo's Cloud of Smoke

WILLIAM TAYLOR JR.
Walking the City After Losing a Job

JAMES DIAZ
Poem for Frenchy

MATHER SCHNEIDER
BURN-OUTS
CHEWING AN ICY NUT
MISTER BUBBLES

JEREMIAH WALTON
Asylum (Time Dollars)

MIKE ANDRELCZYK
Chili in Antarctica
Lip Dream

JUSTIN HYDE
she was so gorgeous
rooms
after they shot his son in the back

SHANE ALLISON
This is Not a Love Poem

KEN WHEATCROFT-PARDUE
Walking Through Chinatown, June, 1976

ED MAKOWSKI
Flooring
Name
Alan

CARLY BRYSON
Once

J.J. CAMPBELL
to the dancing fool
a brand new year

AYN FRANCES DELA CRUZ
Mornings

ALEX GREENBERG
Four Years By The Fronds
Turning Four

DOUGLAS COLE
Sol Duck

DOUG DRAIME
Buck The Fuck Up: Surf Reflection
In Her Dream They're Knights in Shining Armor
Dear John

LARRY DUNCAN
city bus stops eat poets for breakfast
His Own Two Hands

ALAN CATLIN
The Walls

JONATHAN HAYES
At the Yard
Having the Last Word

ROSABELLE ILLES
True Friendship

CARL MILLER DANIELS
open-hearth policy
be kind to strangers
the good ship lollipop
rope and tiger

RYAN QUINN FLANAGAN
Afghan Kabab
A Small Ass Cart and a Big Ass Beard

MICHAEL ESTABROOK
Texting
ETA

MICHAEL D. GROVER
Gary Banfield

KEVIN RIDGEWAY
Ice Cream & Methadone

JAMES BABBS
Out the Window
Early Morning Light
He Was Just My Brother
Just Saw a Hawk

J. OSCAR FRANZEN
Tar Monster

CODY BADARACCA
HANK
He was a monster in our time

MIGUEL GARCIA
The last vigil failed to meet expectation
Stop and Dance
Monk Manners
Saying I Love You

CODY JOHN LAPLANTE
(st...st..st..stst...s)tumbling

IAN MULLINS
Wide Awake But Dreaming
The Part Of Black Bolt Will Be Played By Peter Steele
Marked Man

BEN NEWELL
some serious high pressure
safelite

HILLARY LYON
Death and the West Virginia Hillbilly

JUSTIN ROGERS
OPIATE
ROWEL

M.A. ISTVAN JR.
Seepage

EVAN TURISSINI
Above Portland
Reno Gardens

ROSS VASSILEV
reality bites
saints and terrorists

GLENN HARDIN
ANIMAL GLORY
WHINE
OTHER PEOPLE'S CHAINS

JASON FLOYD WILLIAMS
cleveland (number one in misery).
keeping up the appearances.
financial casualties.
the wrestling fans.